toss Of Flosti
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When you can't eat bread
and butter, take Scott's
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want something a little more
nourishing, take Scott's
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fat Scott's Emulsion is r.
great fattener, a grca
Those who have lost flesh
'want to increase all body
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bone, flesh, hi' , 1 and
For invalids, for con
valescents, for consumptives,
for weak children, for all
who need flesh, Scott's
Emulsion is a rich and com
fortable food, and a natural
Scott's Emulsion for bone,
flesh, blood and nerve.
We will send you
a free sample.
Be lure (hat (his picture
In the form of a libel ll on
the wrapper of every bottle
of Emulsion you buy.
SCOTT & BOWNE,
409 Pearl St., N.Y.
SOc and $li all druggist.
BRITTAIN & GRIiGSON,
Asheboro, - North Carolina.
Practice in ths courts of Kamlill)
mid adjoining counties; in State
mill Federal Courts. lrmi jt at
tention to business of all kimls.
Vn. C. Hummer.
HAMMER & SPENCE
Attorney tit I Low,
Asheboro, N. C.
North of Court llonse.)
Prnollce in ad the court.
Attoiin kv at Law.
Practice in all 'lie courts.
Special attention given to scttlcin.
WOfPICK NKAU Col llT HorsE
rimtlct liitmut :ontMrn Ohio.
"I drtadrd the change of life which
was fast approaching. I noticed U Inc
of Cardul, and decided to try a boi.
xprwnl soma kiwi tnc
first montS, so I k.-;:t on taking it lor
three rnontl.s and now I menstruate
with no pj'n an '. I snail take It off and
on now until I have passed the climax."
, FeuMMi w-ikiiwa, disoniiTed
menses, fallitur. i i the womb and
ovarian trou'ulm lo not wear off.
Tlievf .lluw au:n:ui tothcclinnRe
of lite. Uu nut wait but take iue
( ii.nlnl nn nn 1 avoid the trou
ble. Wine of I'anlui never fail
ti. t ..!".! a ttfi rmff woman
u eonu to lie ohai.c
Wfl-h a Infer f,M
- , u l'-l
Dinests what you eat.
Ti.n pn-mraltoi MiH.as tllof tbd
digMtinU ...J d - :s hindhicj
tood. It cWestnUant scbef ami w
i' 11. .r,i-A 11 ai! -.vr. ',011 ine-st l.
tbe food you want. Tf.e m.-t m i Mtjv
atomach. can tak it. Hy iwuse many
r, Aa n snn m have been
cured after eTerythlng else failed- H
i"B.-equllod for allUn.ach troubles.
It can't help
but da yon BO
Mrs. Laurtx S. Webb,
Jan. 15. Committee, appoint
ments are generally satisfactory
although some changes might he
agreeable. The committees are very
large. The Republicans have fared
The question of mileage is heroin
ing of interest. Representative Hnw-
inan proved ovel 0(10 mile, coiuin
around by Johnson City ami Morris
tow n, Ten n., instead of driving over
40 miles through the country to Mu
Hon like his predecessors, getting tin
ier 700 miles. Something having
lieen said about it, lie arose to a
pieslion of personal privilege and ask-
that the mutter be referred to aconi'
nutteo. It is now in the hands of
the committee on salaries and fees.
Mr. Bowman is tlie Republican mem-
uerirom .Mitchell. I he mileage cpics-
tion is one many members have con
strued for themselves, the distance
by the same route from the same
place, often varying for different
Humor says there have been
enough promises made in the senato
rial light to hue every ollice, from
ioveruor down, for the next eight
years. It is evident that somebody
is going to be disappointed.
.Many members are taking colds
Jan. It!. Work on the revenue
bill is expected to begin at once.
The matter is now occupying tne at
tention of inanv legi.-lators.
Many seem pleased that President
Roosevelt has sent his picture and
autograph, for the lied Men's llazaar
next week and expect ft nice sum for
them. buch demonstrations are
strong endorsements for the appoint
ment ot negro ollice holders iu the
There are two brothers in the Leg
islature. J hev are .lohii f.. aiiu,
of Hertford, in the Senate, and V. S.
ami, of Chowan, m the House.
A prominent insurance man, Mr.
Uioder, supervisor of eighteen Slates
for the New York Mutual Life, says
he has seen twentv-seveii Legislatures
and that this one is the most intelli
gent of all. He especially remarked
upon the near anil gentlemanly le
Hrtment of the members at all
There was a sensation in the Sena-
....;ul ,..,r.lls l..at niyht. It was the
withdrawal of Mr. larr r tK
e. It w;is entirely unexpected.
number oi additions have bivn
made to several committees. Also
some la w committees were aunoiinc-
There is no desire to bar legisla
tors from ollices cieated by Hum
selves is Senator Mann's bill against
it is a true index. His bill got om
it can ne'er reach the House.
His was against such, but alas, he
was tlie only one who voted for it.
The constitution ought to prohibit
It savors too much of pie busi-
There is something wrong about
beating and ventilating the I aintal.
It has become so bad there is an al
most constant cough all over the
Jan. 17. The committee on sala-
lies and fees reported favorably Mr.
Howinan s mileage case, so lie draws
by the long route. It seems that
under the circumstances it was the
best he could do at this season of
The grand lodge was largely at-
ti-inb-d. Manv'Masons took 11 look
at the Legislators, but apparently
little interest ill the Senatorial light.
The caucus last night made no
nomination. The vot is practically
unchanged. The last ballot, the
thirty-first, was Overman S4, Wat
son 48, Craig 28, Alexander fl.
Kepreseiitative Uwens, Kepuiuicaii
from Sampson, got his foot 111 it Sat
urday. The matter ot appropriating
.a,fi(IO for the heating, ventilation
and renovation of tlu capitol was
under discussion. Mr. Owen fa
vored it aa he wanted to get rid of
some of those Democratic microbes.
Mr. Curtis, Democrat of Buncombe,
waul d to know if the Kep-Pop fu
sion microbes were his kind and Mr.
Murphy, Democrat of Kowan, want
ed to know if the Isaac Smith breed
was to his liking. Mr. Owens,hasu't
Mr. Stutts, of Scagrove, attended
the meeting of the Grand Lodge last
Messrs. Fletcher Craven and Swede
Vhitehead, of Kuinscur, were here
Sheriff T. J. Finch spent a couple
f days here last week night seeing
and watching the Ixgislature.
lienresentative Offniaii has intro
duced a bill for the liroteclion of
deer and elk in Randolph county ex
cept on Mr. Hrokaw's game preserve.
If there is a proper law protecting
thcin he pro)x8es to turn loose sever
al so thev .'lav stock the county.
Kepreseniative Oilman is 011 tlie
cation, Oysters and Oyster Interests,
Enrolled Hills, Institutions tor I1I11111
Representative Hrittain is on the
follov ing committees: Claims, Coun
ties. Cities and I owns, internal 1111
provemcnts, Judiciary, Si.laries and
Fees Manufactures, IjiW.
W. S. Linelierrv. assistant door
keeper of the House, is from Han
doliih! He is a gallant old Confed
erate and very popular.
Allison Rush, of Randolph, is
lalwrer in the Senate.
The Governor on th, Liq.o, Ques- Jf C,.
For inanv years the Legislatures of ; -pi,,. N.n.l(l. ,.ls i.l)nirmed the ap
t us Slate have step by etcpnaifuwcd p,,iMf ,M,.i f - ) Steele as post
tlie liuiils in which lioiior could be muster .it lli.rl, l ,,;,, i
sold and manufactured until at the,
present time this business cannot be
carried on iu half of Hie counties ol'j
the State, while more than two.
thirds of the cotuilies have either by I
county or legislative aelion restricted
the sale to incorporated towns. No
good reason is apparent why the
Legislaluie should not in ail the
counties apply the restriction which
lodav exists in more than two-third.-1
of them. I his should be done for
the reason that iu the country theie
is no police su pel vision ot the con
duct of the business. Those w ho
live iu the country have no prolei
tion from the evil results gmwin
out of the manufacture and sale of
liquor. In many places the lawlesi
Hess due to this business lias driven
good people who preferred to live on
tlieir taring into the tow ns tor safety
1 recommend, therefore, that a gen
eral law be passed prohibiting tin
maniiiaciiiie ami sale ot liquor
liirougliout the Mate save in incur
poruted towns. The manufacture of
liquor, even in incorporated tow ns
Mould lie soloed to the same res
trictions that now apply to the sale.
it your lionoialile buciv should a:
this law 1 believe that von would St
good results from it in the near fu
ture ami your actions would meet
with the approval of the best citi
zens of the Slate. In passing a
statute on this subjo-t care should hi
taken to avoid restoring the manu
facture and sale of liquor where it is
now proliiluted hy law. Stringent
provisions should lie made to pie-
vent the operation of blockade stills.
1 he State should no longer depend
upon the rederal government to sup
press this evil business. l-'roni the
We think Governor Aycock quite
right iu the position he takes in his
message on the qiieslion of child la
bor in cotton mills favoring an en
actment which will close the doors
on children under twelve years of
as to day work and under four
teen as to night work. Cotton uill
men are agreed, we think, on the
proposition that it is not prolilable
to work children under PJ; thev
iu lit rather not have lhem:aud this
being l he case, and they having
bound tliciii.-clws in a pledge tun
veai's ago not to employ such i-liil-
li'en there can lie no substantial ob-
to the operators. A superintendent
wauling lalioi is ollen told liy the
oiilile.-s and heartless head of a
family lint he can have his children
if he "will lake all of them olher-
e none, anil if the superintendent
lines to take all. the family is
hired tA another mill which w ill lake
ill the children, regardless of age.
A law would regulate this the su
perintendent then being in posilion
to say that he cannot employ those
under twelve - whereas it has been
en thai a mere agicenicnt does not
hold. 'This law, however, to be el
fective, should prescribe punishim-iil
for a parent who lies about the aue
of a child who is reallv under the
prescribed age limit: it would not be
right that ail of the punishment and
.ippromum, loo, should lie veiled up
on the mill man. Charlotte Obsei-
The Proposed Liqnor Law.
The bill introduced iu the lower
house of the Legislature Thursday.
following the recommendation ot
Governor Aycock 's ines.-age, to re
strict the manufacture and sab- of
liquor to incorporated town-, has mer
it in it. .The distilleis will of course
object to it chergetieally, and if il
puts a great many 01 mem 0111 01
business, so much the belter for them
as well as for the rural communities
in which they operate, for the dislil-
dion of liquor, is the le.isinc.-s i.-
allied on in North Carolina,
leinoralizes the men engaged in il
as well as those who consume tin
product. Anotl er good effect of tin
nactnieiit ot such a law won 111 ik
the reduction of the numbers of
revenue officers, w ho are so peinici
ouslv u.-tive in all campaigns, and
tlieir return to productive employ
ments. There is no class of men,
ilistillers or drinkers, who are mori
debauched bv these distilleries than
the revenue ollicers, especially the
stoic-keepers and gangers, inanv of
these young men, who must oiten
wink at violations of law in order to
hold tlieir jobs. That this bill, or
one substantially like il. will passes
a pretty safe prophecy, for the dis
tillers and revenue ollicers pionaiuy
have very few friends in the Legisla
ture. The method by which these
two classes conduct their business.
ind their campaign conduct, have
lieen such as to alienate such sympa
thy as they might otherwise have
had, and there will be few to mourn
w hen one los -s its occupation and
the other its office. Jharlotte Ob
Sam Jones conies af ler some par
ents in his characteristic wav: "'I'he
men are after the dollar and letting
the children o to hell. I'd rath -r
ure.icll to a billv "oat than such
people. The way to preach to these
men is tolirl out what hole they're
in and tire iirto that hole. They'll
hitler when Int. I his country will
never snccii-d ill the Ih-sI sense unlit
we put God iih ive gold, manhood
above money and teach out children
PRINCIPLES, NOT MEN.
ASHEBORO, N. C, THURSDAY JANUARY 22, )0h
At. 1'avlorsville January Will lire
destroyed the lumber plant of V 1'
Ingram & Co. I.iws about .f 0,11011,
.1 (i Hankins was lined ."0 last
week in (iiiilford Superior Court foi
I'lteinpling to kill his wife while
The liquor linn of Coble it Ilelii-
L'ar. of (iieensImM, has gone into tin
hands of 11 receivi r. Irvin While, of
Winston, is receiver.
The liquor men of Wilkes rcounty
have rased a fund with w hich to
light the Watts, London and other
prohibition measures iu the Legisla
ture. Jaines Ityerley, an employe of the
Klk Furniture Company, at Lexing
ton, atteinpU'd suicide last week by
swallowing rough .-1 rats. Emetics
were given and his life saved. Cause
thought to be trouble in his family.
You might not at lirst think that
there could be any connection bet
ween the boy with the gun ami the
specked apples in the barrel: but,
von see, the boy kills the birds and
the dead bird can't destroy the ir.sects,
which prey on the fruit.
In Cumberland counlv the school
boards have indicted the magistral
before the grand jury for failure to
make returns of lines, ami the mag
istrates have indicted the school
board for misappropriation of i.ulili
funds-iu payment of mileage and
failure to make reports.
Amos llanes borrowed a horse
from 'Troy Clement in Davie county
;ist week to go for a jug of whiskey.
11 returning llanes got into a swol
len .stream and the horse was washed
own stream about 85 feet and mired
in the mud, w hile Amos and the jug
unilcd. 1 lie horse was pulled out
I he next day, but died from being iu
the mud so lontr.
'1 he Governor has offered, a re
ward of ij.'luo for the apprehension of
li Lawrence Gardner, who is the au
thor of the ruin and death of Miss
Itarnhill, of Kiustou. Little was
known to implicate anyone until af
ter the death of the unfortunate girl
when the let:ers from Gardner were
-eovi red asking her to lake 111
edieine he had furnished. Ill ml-
lilioi: to this reward hy the Stale
s'iMI is offered by private parties.
Seieifor l.,r,i, ,,f V,l ,iu
has i!imoiii,i... ...... . "...
s-,'0,000 to establish are fonuatory for
w hite youths. Senator Spenee has
introduced a bill to line boarding
keepers f.'ili for failure to pro-h-angers
with suitable room.
bed and board. Senator Haldwiu
has introduced a bill to allow all di-
I persons lore -man v. Senator
Ionium ha introduced a bill to inc
ut lire insurance companies from
nibbling to raise rates, requiring
vearlv oaths that such trusts have
10I been entered into.--A bill lodis
oiiiinuo appropriation of suo to
Kliziibelh Cilv Normal School has
The Negro Vote-
I'he Louisville Cou.iier-.loiirnal
es a table of the negro vote iu U'-.'
libel n and Western States as
eusus of l'.tild:
a ;,.)( IS
I. "1.8 111
Ki nn.. .
Il will lie seen bv thealiove," com
tuents the Courier Journal, 'that in
nine elections out of ten the Repub
licans could not carry the slatts ot
New York. New Jersey, Delaware.
Maryland. Indiana or West Virginia.
without the aid of the negro vote.
mil these slates, with the Southern
and Democratic states, would elect a
president and carry the house of
And so it seems that in his back
ing mid tilling and twisting and
tinning on the negro question, Mr.
Roosevelt is not such an innocent
after nil, aptly says the Ash. wile
will save th
da a of misery, .oij enable him t eat
hale, er he ish. u Tncy pment
ciuw the (nod t.- r Imllale and awur-
lh the bo';-, give keen u;ipcoUK
1 DtVELOF TLESH
, Take o Substitute.
o re fins
Get in Their Work at Tomlinson
The oilioe of Totnliiison Chair
Manufacturing Co. was entered Wed
nesday night by safe crackers who
got in tlieir work, leaving the safe a
wreck biii securing only abouL ,fl.
The .lour of the safe was pounded
willi a sledge hummer until the bolls
and cement gave away. 'The inside
door was then broken into pieces.
Tbe lloor of Ha- olbee was coveied
willi debrii and the tools n.-vd, sledge
hammer, chisel and unoll. r small
hainni"!- were ejose by. No dyna
mite was used. An entrance was af
fected through a w indow oil the west
side of the building which was found
.'The same parties tried to affect an
entrance to .1 1. Seehrest's stole 011
the same night and for this purpose
lined a mattock which belonged to
i oiuiiiHim C uiir Co.. and an
'The suj aVir was nrixail nnrt.lv onen
and ilie iu was found-on the insut
A heavy bar on the inside failed I
cive wav and the rubbers bail I
abandon their work. Tile olbcei
took up the matter at an early hour
hut have seal cely any clue.
Such depredations have been of
frequent occurrence lately and
would be well to keep a close look
out. High Point Enterprise.
High Point People Ti.lt ta In.
special from Higlf Point to th
Chai lotte Observer savs that II. li.
McDowell came to High Point sonic
three weeks ago claiming his home
in Charlotte, and established a lauii
dry 011 the corner of Factory and
Hamilton streets.- To-day the laun
dry is standing idle and his custo
mers are claiMiring for their (dot lies
and his ir.-di'ors are looking for
their pay. McDowell represented
himself as owning laundries at Gaff
ncy, S. ('., Laiirillc, 'a., and Char
lotte, and was prospecting with a
view of opening a laundry iu Kins
ton. He did not bring any laundry
machinery willi him to this place,
but leased an establishment from a
local laundry woman,, pending the
ai I'iva' of his oiitlil.
McDowell's tir.si act, il seems, was
to give u .-;5 cheek on a Charlotte
bank to Maitocks liros., merchants
at this place, in exchange for a pair
of .js-J.iiO shoes, securing $4.;"i as a
balaece. Mulloek- I'.r.-. sent the
heek to ( h.;i loile and it was re
turned wilh tin- inlormauon tlial
McDowell had no money in that in-
litution. .Mattock Ib-os.'inmiediate-
Iv approached him and secured their
,;"SSliii..H, ...... . , ,
Wachovia Loan ali.VV;"1. i1";' '.'V
ollice here and told the cashier he
wauled to run hi account with thai
titution and sianed a cheek for
over .fvlio on at liaiioiie naiiK.secui-
ij.'ion the paper. A lejegraiii
toCharloile brought the intonna
I ion thai no money was deposited
there in favor of McDowell. He al
so wrote a check for 1SI1..1U in pay
ment of help at tlie laundry, which
w as also cashed lv me vtnennvia
Loan and 'Trust Company, and which
was also said to be "no good. lie
had the cashier to order him sonu
blank cheeks wilh the name of his
laundry thereon, lie boarded with
Mr. N. Ingram and left without pay-1
ing a lo-wecKS ooaru om. iu--
i-ui-ed -oiiie money also trom .ir. in
grain, I ill bv chance he managed to
let this hack, ether debts are re
ported to have been made by him
an I the creditors left in the hole,
lb-had a lot of printing done at
I'he Knterprise office and failed to
g-t it. .Mcl'owell eviiieniiy luoiigm
him' were L'ettinu' too close tor
comfort and chose Saturday night to
make his depart uc. I he ollicers
went down 10 his forniei place of
bu sines.- and found but few of the
customers' clothing. It is said that
McDowell i.- under a heavy bond for
his appearance in Charlotte to-day.
He tirst came here several days ago
and tried to buy or lease the High
I'oiut Steam Liundry and not suc
ceeding, told the proprietor that he
con Id run him oui of bn-iness. A
warrant will be issued for larceny of
clothing against McDowell and an
elfoit wiM be 1 lade 10 bring him
Lou Lindsay, cnlon-d, ai whose
ace of iMi.-ii'iess he . :ulu - il a
nndrv favs Hunt of ibe ' 'ilhes
I have invsteriou-iy di
that McDowell is eve!
L'est liar alive. Then
iven me by t hose one, rued am
the olfuers 01 I he town.
McDowell wan hot u in Concord ,
township where ins lather and j
mother now IUe. McDowell came
to Asheboro scleral months ago and
established an agency for a laundry
in Charlotte which he claimed to
own. Soon afler this it turned out
ihat he ;hud forged his father or
brother's name to a note for $1300
and succeeded in getting a bank to
discount it. He was a ftci w arils ar
rested in Uallimorc. A compromise
was arranged, his father mortgaging
his home through his attorney Mr.
Joe Spenee to save his son from the
penitentiary, ami here he is at his
The Thing's that Mike a County.
Mecklenburg countv now has 118
miles of food macadamizo! roads.
and is contemplating the immediute
const met ion of 110 miles more. No
wonder thi- good county is progress
ing so rapidly in the material and
subslunliel wealth of its people.
Cood roads and free rural delivery
will ninke any county prosjieroiis.
Ites of Interest.
Judge I'nrker could carry New
York, w hile Mr. Hoosevelt coiild not.
'The President didn't get any bears
on his Southern trip, but he has a
few Soul hern coons on hand that he
would be glad to get rid of.
Anthracite coal isonc article that
has proved that it does not need
Perhaps the most feasible solution
for the Dr. Criiui problem would be
to send linn as minister to Liberia.
There is ,1 general suspicion that
Mr. Koosevelt s strenuous effort to
capture the Southern delegates was
begun 1 ..ite.
The President may have satisfied
his desire to interfere in everybody's
he has not strengtheii-
position hy attempting to
dictate to the Utah legislature
A Republican majority in the
House will not pass an nnti-trust
measure with the full conlidence that
il will be lost iu the mazes of sena
Scnnt"- Ilanna, who aspires to the
role 'Hie King-maker," confiden
tially sofce.st.', thut there is excellent
pi-fsule i;"t timber in Mr. Myron S.
The situation in the legislatures of
Delaware, Kansas, Colorado and
New York are comprehensive illus
trations of I!epii!!icau hainiony.
Perhaps the reason it is so hard to
t the services of respectable and
moral colored ladies in the kitchen is
that there are too many aspirants for
postoilici-s or similar "downy beds of I
If I lie Senalois were elected by the
people they would not dare to pursue
I heir present dilatory tactics in the
hope of preventing anti-trust legisla-
he next national Republican con
vention will be comprised of 44?
indulates of which number 17.5 will
une from the South and will cheer
fully obey the mandates of Senator
of the great New York dailies
which have heretofore been loyal to
thv President have turned on him.
One is bitter in its ridicule of his
inti-trust policy, the other is con-
lenining his Southern policy.
Afler the brilliant example set by
the late Senator from .Michigan, by
Senator Ilanna and numerous sena-
u-ial Republicans, Mr. Addickscan
ot be made to understand that it is
ot exactly becoming to insUt on
biiving a seat iu the U. S. Semite.
I'ri siib-nt Roosevelt's rapid loss of
strength in his own state indicates
that the next Democratic candidate
will conn- i om that section uiid the
election will probably fall on David
It. liiii or Alton R. Parker.
The l'eoublii-an senators, headed
by Itevei idge, of Indiana, have work-
liiie I leavers to construct, of the
Statehood lull, a dam which would
il.st nu t nil anti-trust legislation mid
I looks as if I hey would be success
Senator Hoar is angry at the At
torney General for suggesting a rival
trust bill. Senator F.lkins is sensi
tive becausea bill affecting commerce
I referred to his committee
and -1 senatorial dignity is to lie
mad another barrier to unti-liust
8etntor Honr i closing his brill
iaul career in the 1'nited Suites Sen
ale bv making a noble tight against
the duty on anthracite coal, a duty
which il is admitted was introduced
inlo the Dingley Hill simply for
political effect and with no intention
of enacting it into law
Editor Airs His Domestic Grievan
ces in a Newspaper.
In the Yoikville, S. C, Yeoman,
of the id inst., is a most remarkable
publication an announcement by
the editor, J. S. Drakcford, that he
and his wife cannot live together in
jieaee and that he susiiemls the paper
from that issue and will go to another
State and seek a divorce. Out of a
rambling screed, five columns in
leiiiiih. abounding in quotations of
poctr- and prose, this much is gath
ered i.nd little more. There is a
great deal of talk about God and
heaven and forebarance, affection for
hildren and their affection for him,
his inU-iition to continue to support
his family, and all that. And all
in all we "do not suppose that there
was ever, since the birth of Christ,
a newspaper editor who gave his do
mestic affairs such an airing in his
paper as does the ei'itor of the York
villo Yeoman in his issue of January
2, lOltJ. Drakcford, we think, once
:r C-I,.,,I,,H.. Chnrlnl.te Ihser-
FAR HARK''- "' f'i'ii" sm ?ioiit-i :.tri.tn Ltn.
run nHriUOJ Tnintl.jH.il yimBWM. lemkiefleca
M nana, and joa il bo aatxulalioJ to see bow quiefcijr It basis aorta.
ir It's this way :
Vmt ran burn vnnrsftlf wltTi P4rf w?tli'
Powder, etc., or you can scald yourself
with Steam or Hot Water, but there is
onlv one proper way to cure a burn or
6cald and that is by using
I It gives immediate relief. Get a piece of soft old
j linen cloth, saturato it with this liniment anil bind t
loosely upon tho wound. Von nn havo no adequate i
Idea what an excellent remedy this is for a- burn until
joa have tried iU
A Ffllj! Tip If you hoTe a blr MflWefl wttVltotrp or any
rum. Iir. other poultry dlsuM t.'o Moxloan Mustang
Unlmcnt. It la calial a niiiiaiu nanar ij poultry tjroedasa.
J. Fry, Prctt J. S. Cox, Vice
The Greensboro Loan & Trust Co.
Capitol Stock, $100,000.
"Tate oareof the Dimes and tbe Dollars will take care ot themselves."
Start a sivinsrs account for yourself in your old ana.
Start a savings acoount for your wife and each ol your childntn sod encour
age them to save and add lo it.
Four per cent, interest allowed on drpoiita of E5.00 and upwards In our
Hivinvs Department, provided tbey 'euiain three full mombs fr- m tbe
first dy of au? tuontli succeeding the deposit.
WSenJ rour dpp oil or write for full particulars to
Greensboro Loan & Trust Co.,
GREENBBORO, N. O.
Tbe comany al'o does a Oeneral Banking Business and nots as Receiv
er.Tru'teu, Uuaidian, Executor and Administrator of Estates
S.fo Upposil Bi'xes in St'-el, e and Burglar Proof. Vaults for rent.
We are offering to our friends ana cuewmv..
values" inDry.Gooda,Shoe8, Clothing, &c.
Dress Goods, &c.
We have a full nnd complete stock
of Irv Ooods, Notions, Laces, Etc.,
which it will puy you to examine.
In addition to a general line of merchandise we also
handle the be6t brands of Ferterlizers and you will always
find it to your interest to see us.
Asheboro, July 30, 1902.
V LISTEN ! r
w m a,., that vntip 'Lon
hr Iraataa-e over any oteer
thai Hie oil cannot run oul on
iilhille; and aa tbe sand cannot
aoretbal huaxlea wltblbla axle will t
p hn inns th. buirKv
f thl. advanlaae. hence "Hill." r. essay to . g',,...
"Cannot run out on the ground." That's the whole secret told in lix
words. "But it must lie used up on the spindle." Of course, if it "cannot
run out on the ground it must lie used iijhui the spindle," and that is the
reason we have the dodge on the balance of them.
And it don't cost any more than the ordinary exle, but it will run
twice as long as any of them.
"The farmer appreciates this advantage." Anybody that don't want
to be bothered to death oiling a buggy every few "days will appreciate a
thing that don't cost a cent and so simple a child can understand it. lias
run 2035 miles with one oiling.
ROCK HILL BUGGY COMPANY,
For sale in Asheboro by ROCK HILL 8. C.
fo?4c3b4 The Courier.
Our stock of clothing is full and complete, and at right prices.
Men's suits $4.15 to f H.00; Youths' suits $3.5 to $9; Small Boys' suits 6Bo
to $4.75; Men's all wool $1.50 suits at $10.
OVKUCOATS. Handsome line at sacrifice prices: $12.50 Melton
Overcoat for $10; $6.50 kind at $5; $7.50 kind at $(5.50; Youths' OtoT-
coats reduced from $2 to $3.a5. 'Z
SHOES $1.5 to $3.50. We keep Hamilton-Brown shoo the best
UNDERWEAR. Full suit Derby Ribbed, 60c.; Fleece-lined $1.00j'
Wright's Health Underwear $2.00.
farmers Fried, Star Brand, Roysters High Grade Acid, 4 and 5 pel
cent Totash Fertilisers. Any of above brands exchanged for wheat or
corn. A full line of Hardware stoves, heaters, tools, implement, it-
Naomi Falls Store Co.
- Prett. W. E. AlUn, See. St Trra:
Shoes, Pants, &c.
We have on hand a full line of
shoes for men, women and children.
Also a nice line of men's panta.'
Miller & Wood.
Successors to W. J. rllller.
Oalro. Oa An.nal II. 1KI1.
- Winded' axle ta a perfect auooeaa.
l'n dlalaace axle Ihat I bar. r.r
ine grouoo. dui dbh oe n.en up
l the autndleto srrlnd It ont, 1 an a
itsis. Th. farmara appraclaia I
t h lei have new Dolnta put on tbe t
KANDLEMAN, H. C